Snickel Lane couldn’t open soon enough. This new inner city precinct is about to become your next destination for quality socialising, eating and drinking.
We’re looking closely at Snickel Lane’s transformation and happy to report that you can now get a preview of the calibre of things to come by checking out one (or all) of the newly-opened eateries in the lane.
Corner Snickel Lane and Commerce Street
With a stunning interior designed by the award-winning Paul Izzard studio, this coffee store serves excellent specialty coffee and accompanying sweet and savoury bites. Enjoy your coffee fix on-the-go or sit back and relax in the special sit in area currently placed in the Snickel Lane itself.
Corner Snickel Lane and Fort Lane
Snickel Lane is now home to a cosy Spanish tapas and pintxos bar bringing the vibe and flavours of the streets of Madrid to the central city. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Madriz is perfect for sweet cravings, quick lunches and leisurely dinners accompanied with Spanish wines and beers.
Design and Street Art
While you’re enjoying your morning coffee, after-work drinks or a meal with friends, check Snickel Lane’s grungy fit out, incorporating recycled gritty materials, cobblestone flooring and exposed recycled barn timber ceiling into a perfect urban look. The lane also showcases striking street art and urban installations reflecting the transformation and renewed spirit of the surrounding area.
Mural by Jerome Van Rijn